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ancestor Jonathan Otley
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week day and weekend services held in
the three parishes of Wentworth, Mildura and Robinvale
The Anglican Parish of Northern Mallee is also providing pastoral and ministry oversight in the neighbouring Parishs of Robinvale / Manangatang and Wentworth / Dareton. We now have a team of three clergy who gather each community around the Eucharist.
Do join in our Parish Prayer - Prosper with your blessing, O Lord, the work to which you have called us in the Northern Mallee, Robinvale and Wentworth parishes, and strengthen the hands of all who serve you. Make our worship more worthy, our witness more effective, our lives more holy, and inspire us all with fresh zeal in the proclamation of your kingdom. Amen.
Christianity was introduced into Gloucestershire, England, within 12 years of Christ's death.|
To quote from Ken Beck's letter published on Page 24, Gloucestershire Family History Society Journal Number 97 - June 2003.
Aulus Plautius was the Roman General who conquered and held this district. His wife was a Christian put on trial in Rome. An officer of the court of Plautius was known as Pudens, married to Claudia the daughter of a local British chief and had a son named Linus.
The family were Christians and are thought to have gone to Rome, becoming the three friends refered to in St Paul's Second Epistle to Timothy chapter 4, verse 21,
(Timothy) "do your best to come before the winter. Eubulus sends greetings to you, as do Pudens, Linus and Claudia."
You may enjoy British Royalty, a 'soap-opera' explanation of Claudia, her Roman husband and her son who became the Bishop of Rome after Paul died. Evidence, and proof, of the doings of obscure people (the early Christians) is hard to find, only becomes significant long after they died.
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Canon Robert Chittock shown wearing our St Margaret Cope.
Rev Jack Thomson
On 1 Jan 1998 Archdeacon Russell Howard Smith took on the task of blending five centres which had previously been parishes into the new Parish of Northern Mallee.|
He died on 6 May 2000, and on 12 Jan 2001 Archdeacon Colin Tett was Commissioned to continue this ministry until he was farewelled on Pentecost Sunday, 4 June 2006.
Rev Robert Chittock was his Senior Assistant, until he died 24 April 2005
Various pages written before 2006 when Red Cliffs became Anglican Parish Of South Sunraysia |
Irymple, Merbein, Meringur, Mildura, Nangiloc, Red Cliffs, Red Cliffs Windows, Avis at Billabong,
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